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Explain how the variable B has two different values in the two equations

6 - B = 5 b = 1

B + 5 = 15. B = 10

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  • 4th grade math help -

    They are different B's. B is a symbol used to represent a value in an equation. It is not the same value in all equations.

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    Thanks much

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